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Ile its other component part the 90th Perthshire Light Infantry was raised as a light infantry regiment during the war against Revolutionary FranceFollowing amalgamation in 1881 The Cameronians Scottish Rifles ickly built p a solid reputation as a fighting regiment During the First World War it raised 27 battalions and during the Second World War its battalions served in Europe and Burma In the course of its long history the regiment provided the British Army with many
In May 1968 as part of cutbacks to the British Army The Cameronians Scottish Rifles was disbanded at a moving ceremony held at the same spot in Douglas in Lanarkshire at which it had been raised in 1689 And yet although the regiment is no its place in history is nassailable The ceremony embraced the history of one regiment The Cameronians which had its origins in the turbulent period that accompanied the rise of the House of Orange at the end of the seventeenth century wh.
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Istinguished soldiers including three field marshals Viscounts Hill and Wolseley and Sir Evelyn WoodAlways tough and enduring in battle it reflected the character of its main recruitment area Glasgow and Lanarkshire and in later years it took self conscious pride when the Germans nicknamed its soldiers Giftzwerge or poison dwarfs The Cameronians puts its story into the context of British military history and makes se of personal testimony to reveal the life of the regimen.
Trevor Royle is a broadcaster and author specialising in the history of war and empire He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh and was a member of the Scottish Government’s Advisory Panel for Commemorating the First World War